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I need help picking a 32" to a 42" LCD HDTV. It dose not have to be 1080p or 120Hz, but something along those lines... I can spend 500.00 to 850.00. keeping in mend that i am use the TV for a pc only! I have one that i have been keeping my eye on for some time. Philips 40" 1080p 120Hz LED-LCD HDTV. Thank for reading this and Have happy new year
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If it is going to be used as a monitor only then get a 30" monitor.

2560x1600 makes 1920x1080 look like children's resolution. Plus, your current GPU setup will be able to do fairly well with gaming at 1600P.

EDIT: Display has been purchased so the thread is now closed but I include the link to show you the caliber of monitor you could get for roughly $800. Will blow any TV out of the water.

http://www.overclock.net/completed-t...tor-price.html
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I agree with this philips 40" ,I dont know whether it is on sale,my friend got it in a lower price
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